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Selena Gomez is reportedly back in rehab to get herself in a positive space.
The singer is reportedly seeking treatment at a Tennessee treatment facility and has been forced to cancel the remaining dates of her Revival world tour. She previously sought treatment in 2014.
With over 101 million followers on Instagram, Selena is the most followed person on the photo-sharing platform, a public spotlight that ER physician Dr. Travis Stork feels must be beyond daunting and hard for any of us to imagine.
“I feel for her as an individual… it’s almost like she never had a chance to live life and not deal with these things, because when you’re under the microscope like that, I can only imagine… the amount of anxiety and stress that would put on anyone,” he says.
Dr. Stork adds, “I hope that she gets well. She’s clearly been dealing with a lot of issues… let’s hope that gets some time to take care of these issues.”
The Doctors wish Selena all the best with her continued health and happiness.